Rio Vista ASB

The Associated Student Body (ASB) is composed of ASB officers, commissioners and class representatives. This group acts as the legislative body of the ASB and coordinates activities by considering student welfare, preparing budgets, paying bills, formulating policies, and studying parliamentary procedure, in order to conduct its affairs in a systematic manner. ASB plans and organizes school wide events in addition to maintaining the sales of campus supplies (yearbooks, spirit clothes, student handbooks, promotion gowns, tickets, etc.).

ASB FAQ’s

1. Who is in ASB?

Rio Vista Middle School is made up of 7th and 8th grade students.  All students who meet the eligibility requirements are allowed to apply for ASB and the selection process includes an essay, an interview, and teacher recommendations.

2. What does ASB do?

The role of ASB is to give back and serve the students at Rio Vista MS. The students in ASB work to raise school spirit in events held during lunch and during events such as the Award Ceremonies, Pep Rallies and all school dances. They also work to raise student involvement in community service projects.

3. Where does ASB get their money?

Most of the school’s money comes from the school’s Buy Night where students buy their PE clothes before school starts up for the year in addition to yearbook pre-sales and spirit wear.

4. How can I be an ASB member?

Being an ASB member is easy! All you have to do is fill out an application and get an interview. You have the option of running for an office or just be an appointed member. Everyone has a role in ASB and you should become a part of it! The Associated Student Body is composed of students that are either voted in or chosen by the executive board and ASB Advisor.